Better Together: Families are more than visitors. They're partners in care.

 

CFHI/CASS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuygUe8TWwY

 

A growing Number of Canadian Hospitals are Getting Rid of Visiting Hours for Families. A bold healthcare initiative by the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) is revolutionizing the relationship between healthcare providers, patients and family members – by including families as partners in care. What started as a grassroots movement launched under the banner of Better Together is now sweeping the country;  nearly 50 Canadian hospital and healthcare organizations, including the provinces of Saskatchewan, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island are now reviewing or have already adopted family presence policies – including 24/7 visiting hours

 

 

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